Could be a mildly positive I guess..
what lets short more. .. uh huh hu huh uh uhuh .. trouble at xin.. cfo and china market collapse especially housing and real estate...ask shell and infn... white god you DH come on..
Noelle C. Dilts - Stifel, Nicolaus & Co., Inc., Research Division
Okay. And then maybe can you just touch on your expectations around interest expense next quarter x the noncash charge?
Van A. Welch - Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Now if you look at the cash interest -- I'm going to break it down for you. In terms of cash interest, assuming that there is no revolver borrowing, we could expect about $6.8 million worth of cash interest. And the amortization of the OID, bank fees and things of that nature, the amortization would move that up to around $7.5 million. Now also, as mentioned, in Q3, we will have a onetime noncash charge of the previous unamortized financing cost of about $8 million. That will be a onetime noncash charge to hit us deep [ph].